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W o r l d A s s o c i a t i o n o f F l o w e r A r r a n g e r s 1 0 t h W o r l d F l o w e r S h o wT h i s G l o r i o u s E a r t h S e a p o r t W o r l d T r a d e C e n t e r , B o s t o n , M A • J u n e 1 5 - 1 9 , 2 0 1 1Show ScheduleW o r l d A s s o c i a t i o n o f F l o w e r A r r a n g e r s u s a , I n c • w w w . w a f a u s a . c o m 1


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Welcome to the 10th World Flower ShowMessage from the WAFA PresidentThe two WAFA USA hosts, The Assembly of Flower Arrangers andthe Flower Arranging Study Group, eagerly anticipate your arrival in ourcountry. We look forward to the gathering of flower arrangers and othervisitors from all corners of the earth for both the outpouring of creativityand the accompanying camaraderie that will surely ensue.Ruth C. Crocker,WAFA USAPresident 2008-2011We have planned not only an interesting and challenging schedule ofclasses but also many varied activities to fill your time here. Boston is anhistoric city with many fascinating points of interest.As the culminating event of our WAFA tenure, we aspire for the 10thWorld Flower Show to further WAFA’s mission through internationalnetworking toward a better global understanding of one another throughthe medium of flowers.Ruth CrockerMessage from the Show ChairmanWe are privileged to host the 10th World Flower Show and are sovery pleased to welcome you to Boston. We trust that exhibitors andvisitors alike will find the flower show and its attendant activities exciting,educational and of great interest, providing satisfying memories for yearsto come. We thank you for joining us in this endeavor.Marty Van AllenThis Glorious Earth,Show ChairmanMarty Van Allen


TICKETS FOR ADDITIONAL SHOW EVENTS (See Forms C and D)See full listing of activities on Timetable, page 7Wednesday 15 June18:00 – 22:00 US $125Official Opening and Preview, Avenue ofFlags and Seaport World Trade CenterThursday 16 June07:30 – 10:00 US $75Early Bird private tours with breakfastThursday 16 June14:00 – 16:30 US $65*WAFA International Demonstration, off siteTBD 5 Designers representing Australia,Belgium, Canada, Ireland and PakistanFriday 17 June07:30 – 10:00 US $75Early bird private tours with breakfastFriday 17 June10:00 – 12:30 US $50American Demonstration, Seaport Hotel,Plaza Ballroom: Julia Clavett,Jane Godshalk, Julie Lapham, Lee LaPointe,Tasha Tobin, Tony TodescoSaturday 18 June07:30 – 10:00 US $75Early bird private tours with breakfastSaturday 18 June10:00 – 12:30 US $50American Demonstration, repeat of aboveSaturday 18 June19:00 – 22:00 US $125Gala Celebration Banquet, Westin HotelSunday 19 June14:00 – 16:30 US $80*International Grand Masters“European Fusion in Flowers”France: Brigitte AuzelyGermany: Gregor LerschHolland: Niels Van HemertScotland: Alison BradleySpain: Carles Jubany FontanillasThursday 16 June – Sunday 19 JuneSeries of 12 Lectures to be held in theSeaport World Trade Center. Whenavailable, topics, speakers, locations andtimes will be listed on the WAFA website.Tickets are US $10 each.*Includes transportation from/to Seaport,Renaissance and Westin Hotels.PHOTOGRAPHYThe official photographer will automatically photograph First, Second, Third Prize, Special Award winnersand Honorary Exhibits. Copies will be available for purchase at the Photography Booth on the show floor.Only hand-held cameras may be used, without separate lighting, tripods or other supports. Video camerasare not permitted. WAFA USA reserves the right to reproduce any photograph taken at this event.


(Gloriosa superba ‘Rothschildiana’, called climbing lilies by some and flame lilies by others)


Exhibition Hall - Class DistributionClass 14Class 27Class 20Class 19Class 18Class 21Class 22Class 23Class 26Class 17Class 16Class 15Class 24Class 25Class 28Class 29 Class 30Honorary ExhibitsClass 13Class 12Class 11Class 10Class 1 Class 2Class 3Class 4Class 6Class 7Class 5Class 8Class 9


WondersTHIS GLORIOUS EARTH – WONDERSThis Glorious Earth-A celebration of a few glories of the physical environment, natural phenomena, and thedenizensA celebrationof the planetof a fewcombinedglorieswithof thea samplingphysicalofenvironment,human inventivenessnatural phenomena,and perspective.and the denizens ofthe planet combined with a sampling of human inventiveness and perspective.THIS GLORIOUS EARTH – WONDERSA celebration of a few glories of the physical environment, natural phenomena, and the denizens of1. Insects 1 the - INSECTS planet combined with a sampling of human inventiveness and perspective.Botanical JewelryMail-In ClassStaging: Length 16” [40.6 cm]1 - INSECTS Width 16” [40.6 cm]Maximum height 4 1/2” [11.4 cm]ColorBlackViewed Botanical and Jewelry judged from above.Mail-In ClassStaging: Length 16” [40.6 cm]Width 16” [40.6 cm]Maximum height 4 1/2” [11.4 cm]2 - BEASTS ColorBlackViewed and judged from above.Totem Pole2. Beasts Staging: Square PlatformHeight 6” [15.2 cm]Width 36” [91.4 cm]2 - BEASTS Depth 36” [91.4 cm]Hollow Rod: Height 48” [121.9 cm]Totem Pole Diameter 1” [2.5 cm]Staging: Holes Rod: Alternating Square Platform spacing 6” [15.2 cm]North Height / South holes 12” 6” [30.4 [15.2 cm] cm]East Width / West holes 12” 36” [30.4 [91.4 cm] cm]Diameter Depth of holes 3/8” 36” [0.95 [91.4 cm] cm]Hollow Rod: Color Height Black 48” [121.9 cm]Viewed and judged Diameter from all sides. 1” [2.5 cm]Open Holes for entry in Rod: to an Alternating individual or spacing a two person 6” team. [15.2 cm]North / South holes 12” [30.4 cm]East / West holes 12” [30.4 cm]Diameter of holes 3/8” [0.95 cm]ColorBlackViewed and judged from all sides.Open for entry to an individual or a two person team.FIXTURE UFIXTURE UJEWELRYJEWELRYW o r l d A s s o c i a t i o n o f F l o w e r A r r a n g e r s u s a , I n c • w w w . w a f a u s a . c o m 1 3


This Glorious Earth- Wonders3. MineralsMonochromatic [using tints, tones, and shades of anyhue on the color wheel]Staging: Backed PedestalHeight 30” [76.2 cm]Width 30” [76.2 cm]Depth 22” [55.8 cm]Height of back 40” [101.6 cm]ColorGraySpace Allowed: Width 30” [76.2 cm]Depth 26” [66.0 cm]Viewed and judged from the front.4. SticksImposed ClassStaging:Backed PedestalHeight 30” [76.2 cm]Width 36” [91.4 cm]Depth 22” [55.8 cm]Height of back 40” [101.6 cm]ColorGraySpace Allowed: Width 36” [91.4 cm]Depth 26” [66.0 cm]Viewed and judged from the front.Preference will be given to WAFA members non-resident in theUSA.FIXTURE BMONOCHROMATIC5. MusicFIXTURE ACHALLENGE CLASSFloral MassStaging:Viewed and judged from the front.Backed PlatformHeight 4” [10.1 cm]Width 48” [121.9 cm]Depth 46” [116.8 cm]Height of back 96” [243.8 cm]ColorGray


6. CandyMiniature DesignStaging: Miniature DesignHeight 5” [12.7 cm]Staging: Width Height 5” 5” [12.7 [12.7 cm]cm]Depth Width 5” 5” [12.7 [12.7 cm]cm]Height Depth from floor 52” 5” [132.1 [12.7 cm]ColorHeight from floor Gray52” [132.1 cm]Viewed and judged from Color the front.GrayViewed and judged from the front.7. EvolutionCollageMail-In Collage ClassStaging:Mail-In Class Exhibitor provided frameStaging: ready Exhibitor for hangingprovided frameHeight ready for hanging 36” [91.4 cm]Width Height 18” 36” [45.7 [91.4 cm]cm]Picture Hooks: Quantity Width 218” [45.7 cm]Picture Hooks: Spaced Quantity apart 4” 2 [10.2 cm]Height Spaced from apart floor 64” 4” [162.5 [10.2 cm]ColorHeight from floor Gray64” [162.5 cm]Weight Limit:Color15lbs Gray [6.80 kg]Viewed Weight and Limit: judged from the front.15lbs [6.80 kg]Viewed and judged from the front.FIXTUREFIXTURELMINIATUREMINIATUREFIXTURE L MINIATURE8. WindFoliageStaging:Foliage Metal Rod on Base with Platform TopStaging: Height Metal of Rod rod on Base with 60” Platform [152.4 Topcm]Diameter Height of rod base 18” 60” [45.7 [152.4 cm]cm]Top Platform: Width Diameter of base 10” 18” [25.4 [45.7 cm]cm]Top Platform: Depth Width 10” 10” [25.4 [25.4 cm]cm]Holes in Top: Diameter Depth 1/8” 10” [0.3 [25.4 cm]cm]Holes in Top: Distance Diameter from corners 2”1/8” [5.1 [0.3 cm]cm]ColorDistance from corners Gray2” [5.1 cm]Space Allowed: Defined Color by tape on floorGraySpace Allowed: Width Defined by tape on floor 60” [152.4 cm]Depth Width 60” 60” [152.4 [152.4 cm]cm]Viewed and judged from Depth all sides.60” [152.4 cm]Viewed and judged from all sides.FIXTUREFIXTUREMCOLLAGECOLLAGEFIXTURE M COLLAGEW o r l d A s s o c i a t i o n o f F l o w e r A r r a n g e r s u s a , I n c • w w w . w a f a u s a . c o m 1 5


This Glorious Earth- Wonders9. ReefStaging: Three PanelsHeight of base 4” [10.1 cm]Width of base 45” [114.3 cm]Depth of base 38” [96.5 cm]Front Panel: Height 62” [157.5 cm]Width 18” [45.7 cm]Recessed from front 12” [30.5 cm]Middle Panel: Height 74” [187.9 cm]Width 18” [45.7 cm]Recessed from front 21” [53.3 cm]Rear Panel: Height 80” [203.2 cm]Width 18” [45.7 cm]Recessed from front 30” [76.2 cm]ColorGrayViewed and judged from the front.FIXTURE YTHREE PANELS10. WheelsStaging: Round BaseHeight 6” [15.2 cm]Diameter 48” [121.9 cm]ColorBlackViewed and judged from all sides.11. ZipperFIXTURE FStaging: Backed PedestalHeight 44” [111.7 cm]Width 12” [30.5 cm]Depth 10” [25.4 cm]Height of back 20” [50.8 cm]ColorGraySpace Allowed: Width 12” [30.5 cm]Depth 14” [35.5 cm]Viewed and judged from the front.ROUND BASES


12. FireworksMobileStaging: Hook from floor 72” [182.9 cm]ColorBlackSpace Allowed: Defined by tape on the floorWidth 36” [91.4 cm]Depth 36” [91.4 cm]Weight Limit:21lbs [9.53 kg]Viewed and judged from all sides.FIXTURE HHANGING MOBILE13. BirdsMasksStaging:Backed PedestalHeight 48” [121.9 cm]Width 24” [60.9 cm]Depth 16” [40.6 cm]Height of back 36” [91.4 cm]ColorGrayMask to be mounted on a gray 6” [15.2 cm] styrofoam ball atopan 18” [45.7 cm] metal rod with a stop 13” [33.0 cm] from thepedestal surface.Viewed and judged from the front.14. ElectricityFIXTURE DMASKSStaging: Triangular PlatformHeight 12” [30.5 cm]Length per side 36” [91.4 cm]ColorBlackSpace Allowed: From each side 4” [10.2 cm]Viewed and judged from all sides.W o r l d A s s o c i a t i o n o f F l o w e r A r r a n g e r s u s a , I n c • w w w . w a f a u s a . c o m 1 7


This Glorious Earth- Wonders15. MirageStaging: Laminated BoxHeight 30” [76.2 cm]Depth 6” [15.2 cm]Box: Width 36” [91.4 cm]Depth 36” [91.4 cm]Box Interior: Width 34 3/8” [87.3 cm]Depth34 3/8” [87.3 cm]ColorBlackViewed and judged from all sides.16. DanceTwo-Tiered DesignStaging: Two teardrop shaped segmentsto be placed by exhibitorDiameter 36” [91.4 cm]Height [taller] 24” [60.9 cm]Height [lower] 18” [45.7 cm]ColorBlackSpace Allowed: Defined by tape on floorWidth 60” [152.4 cm]Depth 60” [152.4 cm]Viewed and judged from all sides.FIXTURE QLAMINATED BOX17. SynergyFIXTURE DDTWO TIERED DESIGNStaging: Three Cubes to be placed by exhibitorCube 1 [per side] 24” [60.9 cm]Cube 2 [per side] 20” [50.8 cm]Cube 3 [per side] 18” [45.7 cm]ColorGraySpace Allowed: Width 60” [152.4 cm]Depth 60” [152.4 cm]Viewed and judged from all sides.


This Glorious Earth- Wonders21. SeasonsMannequinStaging:Form stapled on round platformHeight of platform 4” [10.1 cm]Diameter 36” [91.4 cm]Height of mannequin 60” [152.4 cm]from top surface of baseColorBlackViewed and judged from all sides.Open for entry to an individual or a two person team.22. GlassStaging: Quarter Circle SegmentRadius34 1/2” [87.6 cm]Height 30” [76.2 cm]Height of dividers 40” [101.6 cm]ColorGrayViewed and judged from the front.23. SurpriseIncorporating an Everyday ObjectStaging: Backed PedestalHeight 30” [76.2 cm]Width 36” [91.4 cm]Depth 22” [55.8 cm]Height of back 40” [101.6 cm]ColorGraySpace Allowed: Width 36” [91.4 cm]Depth 26” [66.0 cm]Viewed and judged from the front.


24. MagicIncorporating PaperStaging: Backed PedestalHeight 25” [63.5 cm]Width 30” [76.2 cm]Depth 22” [55.8 cm]Height of back 35” [88.9 cm]ColorGraySpace Allowed: Width 30” [76.2 cm]Depth 26” [66.0 cm]Viewed and judged from the front.Open to WAFA members and members of the public.25. PaintingTable ClassStaging:TableHeight 30” [76.2 cm]Width 48” [121.9 cm]Depth 33” [83.8 cm]ColorBlackSpace Allowed: Width 53” [134.6 cm]Depth 38” [96.5 cm]Viewed and judged from all sides.FIXTURE KPAPER26. SunsetFIXTURE GTABLE CLASSStaging: Backed PedestalHeight 30” [76.2 cm]Width 42” [106.7 cm]Depth 28” [71.1 cm]Height of back 30” [76.2 cm]ColorGrayViewed and judged from the front.W o r l d A s s o c i a t i o n o f F l o w e r A r r a n g e r s u s a , I n c • w w w . w a f a u s a . c o m 2 1


This Glorious Earth- Wonders27. WritingWall DesignStaging: Backed Pedestal with HookHeight 30” [76.2 cm]Width 36” [91.4 cm]Depth 22” [55.8 cm]Height of back 40” [101.6 cm]Hook: Width 2” [5.1 cm]Height from top 16” [40.6 cm]Depth 3” [7.6 cm]Upturn 1” [2.5 cm]ColorGrayWeight Limit:10lbs [4.53 kg]Viewed and judged from the front.28. SpaceHanging SphereStaging: Height 36” [91.4 cm]Width 36” [91.4 cm]Bottom of sphere 38” [96.5 cm]from the floorColorSilverSpace Allowed: Defined by tape on the floorWidth 46” [116.8 cm]Depth 46” [116.8 cm]Weight Limit:20lbs [9.07 kg]Viewed and judged from all sides.Open for entry to an individual or a two person team.FIXTURE AAA WALL DESIGN29. ChameleonTwo-Sided Design - Organized in one or more containers[joined to appear as one]opposing sides thematically linkedStaging: PedestalHeight 42” [106.7 cm]Width 24” [60.9 cm]Depth 24” [60.9 cm]ColorBlackSpace Allowed: Width 36” [91.4 cm]Depth 36” [91.4 cm]Viewed and judged from all sides as one unit.FIXTURE CHANGING SPHERE


30. FireStaging: PedestalHeight 40” [101.6 cm]Width 14” [35.5 cm]Depth 14” [35.5 cm]ColorBlackSpace Allowed: Width 26” [66.0 cm]Depth 26” [66.0 cm]Viewed and judged from all sides.Honorary ExhibitsStaging:Backed PlatformHeight 6” [15.2 cm]Width 60” [152.4 cm]Depth 58” [147.3 cm]Height of back 108” [274.3 cm]Country name 12” [30.4 cm]ColorViewed from the front.Not to be judged.InvitationalGrayW o r l d A s s o c i a t i o n o f F l o w e r A r r a n g e r s u s a , I n c • w w w . w a f a u s a . c o m 2 3


YOUTH DIVISIONYouth DivisionAges 12-17This Glorious Earth- WondersAges 12-17This wonderful world is filled with critters that amaze and delight. The metamorphosis of theThislowlywonderfulcaterpillarworldintoisthefilledbeautifulwith crittersbutterflythat amazeis oneandofdelight.the mostTheremarkablemetamorphosistransformationsof the lowly caterpillarto beintothe seen. beautiful Both butterfly stages is of one development of the most are remarkable deserving transformations of celebration. to be seen. Both stages of development aredeserving of celebration.31. ButterflyThree-dimensional Hanging ButterflyMail-in classDried plant materialButterfly may not exceed 8” [20.3 cm] in any dimensionCompleted butterfly must include a small loop for hangingAccessories permittedStaging: Hanging within a frameColor:BlackViewed and judged (using the merit system) from all sidesOpen to members of the general public 12-17 years of ageUnlimited entries32. CaterpillarFresh plant materialFloral foam forms provided by committeeAccessories permittedStaging: CubeWidth 24” [61 cm]Depth 24” [61 cm]ColorBlackViewed and judged (using the merit system) from the frontOpen to members of the general public 12-17 years of ageLimited to 10 entriesFIXTURE 32BUTTERFLY


Youth DivisionAges 6-11This vast planet has a wide variety of climates and ecosystems. There are deserts, rain forests, mountains andvalleys. From YOUTH Europe DIVISION and Asia, around the globe to North America, South America, across the sea to Africa anddown under to Australia and Antarctica are glacial expanses, lush gardens, mountainous jungles, and bountifulAges 6-11river valleys with the incredible animal and insect species that inhabit them.This vast planet has a wide variety of climates and ecosystems. There are deserts, rain forests,mountains and valleys. From Europe and Asia, around the globe to North America, South Amer -ica, across the sea to Africa and down under to Australia and Antarctica are glacial expanses,lush gardens, mountainous jungles, and bountiful river valleys with the incredible animal andinsect species that inhabit them.33. Train-TravelPredominantly fresh plant material on a train carContainer and train car provided by committeeStaging: CubeHeight 24” [61 cm]Width 24” [61 cm]Depth 24” [61 cm]ColorBlackViewed and judged (using the merit system) from the frontOpen to members of the general public 6-11 years of ageLimited to 10 entries34. CritterFIXTURE 34TRAIN-TRAVELThree-dimensional imaginary critterMail-in classDried plant materialBoard for mounting provided by committeeMounting board may be enhancedAccessories permittedStaging: Diameter [board] 8” [20.3 cm]ColorBlackViewed and judged (using the merit system) from the frontOpen to members of the general public 6-11 years of ageLimited to 50 entriesFIXTURE 34TRAIN-TRAVELW o r l d A s s o c i a t i o n o f F l o w e r A r r a n g e r s u s a , I n c • w w w . w a f a u s a . c o m 2 5


This Glorious Earth- WondersWafa Youth Division Rules1. Exhibit must be solely the work of one exhibitor. Adult involvement must be limited to purchase ofmaterials and oversight for safety.2. An exhibit is made of plant material, with or without accessories, within the given space.3. Plant material must predominate over all other components of the exhibit.4. Fresh plant material must be in water or in water-retaining material unless the plant material will remainin good condition throughout the event.5. Painted and/or artificially colored plant material may be used.6. The use of artificial, protected and/or locally invasive plant material is forbidden.7. The Committee reserves the right to sub-divide any Youth Class.8. Pre-registration required. No fee.Forms, boards, etc. mailed to each entrant by committee.Contact: Robin MurphyWAFA Youth Division ChairmanPO Box 3263 Wareham, MA 02571Email: heroncreekdesign@msn.comPhone: 508-295-9079Plant Material Information• Detailed information regarding plant material and mechanics will be included in The Competitors’ Handbook,which will be posted online December 1.• Any dried plant material or organic materials will likely need your own country’s official PhytosanitaryCertificate packed with goods carried into or shipped to the U.S.• In light of the difficulties entailed in bringing fresh plant material into the United States, we tentatively offerthese alternatives based on finalization of our agreements with the Boston Flower Market.First: As soon as possible, the website will include names and advertisements of wholesalers in theBoston Flower Market who are willing to deal directly with exhibitors, take orders and arrange for pickupor delivery.Second: Plant material and buckets may be pre-ordered through our Show Vice Chairman, MaryHuntoon. This list may be downloaded from our wafausa.org website and faxed or emailed back toMary. Plant material will be available for pick-up in the Exhibition Hall, Tuesday 14 June at 16:00-19:00.Third: Exhibitors are welcome to visit the Boston Flower Market at their own expense, and may buydirectly from the wholesalers on Monday, 13 June and Tuesday 14 June. Mary Huntoon will assist withinformation regarding this option.


A Sampling of Hotels in the Area for “This Glorious Earth”Seaport HotelUSD $230.00 Single or Double OccupancyDiscover the lively Seaport District along Boston’swaterfront with dazzling views and invigorating sea air.www.seaporthotel.comWestin WaterfrontSingle or Double OccupancyExplore the exciting city of Boston from the newFour Diamond Westin Boston Waterfront.www.westinbostonwaterfront.comRenaissance WaterfrontUSD $265.00 Single or Double OccupancyAs the newest addition to the Boston Harbor, this sophisticateddowntown Boston hotel stylishly reflectsthe vibrancy and aqua-elegance of the ocean.www.marriott.com/renaissancehotelsInterContinentalApproximately USD $441+ (2009 rates)Located on Boston’s historic Waterfront and surroundedby Boston Harbor, the InterContinental is truly aluxurious hotel in the heart of Boston.www.intercontinentalboston.comBoston Harbor HotelApproximately USD $295+ (2010 rates)The Boston Harbor Hotel is Boston’s landmark, waterfronthotel located at Rowes Wharf overlooking historicBoston Harbor. www.bhh.comHilton Boston Financial DistrictApproximately USD $299 - $549 (2009 rates)Built in 1928 as Boston, Massachusetts’ first skyscraper,the historic Hilton Boston Financial District hotel isthe ideal blend of old and new.www.hilton.com/bostonHyatt Regency BostonApproximately USD $389 - $569 (2009 rates)The Hyatt Regency in Boston is the ultimate destinationto experience elegant accommodations, deluxe amenitiesand expansive guest services.www.regencyboston.hyatt.comDoubletree HotelBoston DowntownApproximately USD $379 - $554 (2009 rates)The Doubletree Downtown Boston hotel, which is thenewest hotel in Boston’s Theatre District, is located astep away from many of the city’s historical and popularattractions, offering you the ultimate Boston experience.www.doubletree-boston-downtown.comW o r l d A s s o c i a t i o n o f F l o w e r A r r a n g e r s u s a , I n c • w w w . w a f a u s a . c o m 2 7


A S a m p l i n g o f H o t e l s i n t h e A r e aHoliday Inn Logan Approximately USD $200 - $229All of the conveniences of an airport hotel, without the noise and bustle of the airport.Located only 1 mile from Logan International Airport.www.holidayinnloganairport.comThe Courtyard Approximately USD $179 - $269Marriott Courtyard Boston is the perfect destination when visiting and exploring GreaterBoston. Conveniently located only one mile from Logan International Airport.www.marriott.com/hotels/travel/bosla-courtyard-boston-logan-airport/Hampton Inn – Boston Approximately USD $210 - $230Hampton Inn is the nation’s leading chain of quality, value-priced hotels. At each of ourlocations, you’ll find clean, fresh, comfortable rooms, along with cost- and time-savingservices and amenities. www.hamptoninn.hilton.com/bostonHoliday Inn Express Approximately USD $135 - $179 (2009 rates)Cambridge Holiday Inn Express and Suites in Cambridge is situated near Boston’s prestigiousuniversities, and offers services and amenities to prepare you for your Bostonadventure. www.expresshicambridge.comBoston Marriott Quincy Approximately USD $129Tucked away on the Boston South Shore, the Boston Marriott Quincy Hotel offers easyaccess to Boston, Plymouth and Cape Cod.www.marriott.com/hotels/travel/bosqu-boston-marriott-quincy/Full and Half Day ToursFull and Half Day ToursRegister online at:http://tiny.cc/4kwywRegistration Deadline:Please register byFriday, May 20, 2011Pinnacle event partners, ltd. Reservesthe right to cancel any tour if theminimum headcount for that tour isnot met. Registrants can expect arefund from pep tour cancellations.Cancellations & refund requests mustbe made prior to Friday, May 20,2011. A $5.00 Cancellation fee willbe assessed per ticket. Please visitour website, http://tiny.Cc/4kwyw forimportant information and tour cancellationpolicies, located at the links atthe bottom of the website.Full Day Tours, Lunch Is IncludedLiterary Tour of Concord Wed / Fri 09:00-17:00 $105.00Infamous Salem By The Sea Tues / Fri 09:00-17:00 $108.00Historic Plimouth Plantation Thurs / Sat 09:00-17:00 $109.00Golf at Stow Acres Sat 09:00-17:00 $210.00Half Day ToursDeep Sea Fishing - Gloucester Harbor Thurs 08:00-15:00 $113.00Treasures Of Beacon Hill & Public Garden Wed / Thurs 13:00-17:00 $80.00John F. Kennedy Library& Adams Natl. Park Tues / Thurs 08:30-13:30 $54.00Wrentham Village Premium Outlets Tues / Thurs /Sat 09:00-14:00 $29.00Lexington, Concord & The Revolution Wed / Fri 09:00-14:00 $42.00Harvard Museum of Natural History& Harvard Yard Tues / Thurs /Sat 13:00-17:00 $43.00Explore Boston City TourM / T / W / Th /F / Sa / Su 09:00-12:00 $26.00Wed / Fri 13:00-16:00 $26.00


Pre and Post Trip OptionsPresented by Katlin Travel GroupAmerican Cruise Lines - New England Islands Cruise,7 Days/6 nights Choice of departureJune 4 – June 11 on the American Independence or June 19 – June 25 on the American StarPorts of Call- Providence, RI; New Bedford, MA; Nantucket Island, MA; Martha’s Vineyard, MA; Bristol,RI; Newport, RI and Block Island, RI; Providence, RISailing exclusively along the Eastern seaboard of the United States, American Cruise Lines’ shipsare American built and American crewed. The emphasis is on comfortable exploration along sheltered,inland waterways and in the smaller ports inaccessible to larger ships. Itineraries are scheduled to bein port every day and alongside the dock at night. An onboard lecturer helps to provide a focus on thehistorical significance and natural beauty of each region.Rates starting at $3760.00 per person based on two people sharing a cabin.Prices based on minimum of 50 passengers and are subject to change.Escape to the Berkshires, June 20-23, 4 Days/3 NightsNestled in the majestic mountains and located, just 2 ½ hours from both Boston and New York City,the Berkshires is known widely as a cultural mecca of museums, historic sites, gardens, music, danceand art venues. It features a host of fine dining and lodging facilities, including a variety of historic B&B’sand inns.This tour includes 3 nights at the Red Lion Inn in Stockbridge, private tours of the residences andprivate gardens of Edith Wharton, Naumkeag – the Choate residence, and the Berkshire BotanicalGardens to name a few. You will visit the Norman Rockwell Museum in Sturbridge, the Clarke Museumin Williamstown and enjoy an evening performance of the arts, as well as many more exciting venues tobe detailed at a later date.Rates starting at $1185.00 per person based on two people sharing a room.Prices based on minimum of 40 passengers and are subject to change.W o r l d A s s o c i a t i o n o f F l o w e r A r r a n g e r s u s a , I n c • w w w . w a f a u s a . c o m 2 9


The Elegant Estates and Gardensof Newport,June 20-23, 4 Days/3 NightsHome to spectacular coastal scenery, awe-inspiringarchitecture, a thriving waterfront downtown, and welcominghospitality, Newport, Rhode Island is considered by many tobe a shining gem in the coastal crown of New England.Newport is famous for its natural seaside beauty and for themagnificent mansions and gardens built there by the industrialbarons of America’s Gilded Age.This tour includes 3 nights at the Newport Marriott; privatetour of “Rough Point” Mansion, home of Doris Duke and itsprivate gardens; private tour of Blithewold Mansion and Gardens; private tour of the Elms Mansion withprivate guided tours of the Greenhouses and Green Animals Topiary Gardens; a candle light tour of BelcourtCastle; and a private sunset cruise on the Madeline Schooner Tall Ship as well as many more exciting venuesto be detailed at a later date.Rates starting at $1023.00 per person based on two people sharing a room. Prices based on minimum of 40 passengers andare subject to change. **Optional three night extension to attend the Newport Flower Show to be held June 24 -26 with VIP specialpasses into the show and related special events. Pricing to be revealed at a later date.The New York Experience,June 11– 14, 4 Days/3 NightsSimply stated, no city is quite like New York City - hometo world-class museums, over 18,000 restaurants,scores of theaters on and off Broadway, beautifulCentral Park, glorious city gardens, accommodationsthat are second to none, and an unbelievable array ofshopping opportunities. Immerse yourself in New YorkCity for five minutes, and you’ll see why it’s like no otherplace on earth.This tour includes 3 nights at a 4 star hotel, onefull day of city sightseeing to include but not limited toRockerfeller Plaza, the Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island, Ground Zero, 5th Avenue, Central Park and TimesSquare. You will spend another day touring the New York Botanical Garden, Wave Hill and several otherBrooklyn gardens, as well as some fabulous residential private grounds. A ticket to a well-known Broadwayevent will be a perfect ending before you board a train from the city to Boston for the start of the conference!Rates starting at $1716.00 per person based on two people sharing a room.Prices based on minimum of 50 passengers and are subject to change.


Cruise to AlaskaCelebrity Cruise LineJune 6 – June 13 on the Celebrity Infinity, 8 Days/7 NightsAlaska Tracy Arm Fjord CruisePorts of Call- Seattle, WA; Ketchikan, AK; Juneau, AK; Tracy Arm Fjord, AK;Alaska Inside Passage, AK; Skagway, AK; Victoria, BCDrink in the splendor of the Alaskan wilderness as you sip cappuccino fromyour veranda on our Alaska cruises. Catch sight of a humpback whale or wolfpups frolicking in the snow. From the breathtaking sights of Hubbard Glacier to thepioneering spirit of Juneau, the gold-rush spirit of Skagway and the totem poles ofKetchikan, Celebrity’s Alaska is as rustic and romantic as one could ever imagine.As you explore Alaska’s magic and unspoiled dominion, our guides and naturalists sharetheir intimate knowledge to help make this extraordinary experience even more unforgettable.Welcome to Celebrity’s Alaska.Rates starting at $1766.00 per person based on two people sharing a cabin. Prices based on minimum of 20 passengersand are subject to change.Flights from Seattle to Juneau and Sitka to Seattle are not included in rate.Sample Airfares: Seattle/Juneau, returning Sitka/Seattle or vice versa.Economy…………. from $600First Class……….. from $925Visit our Web site, www.katlintravel.com, and click the WAFA button for detailed tour descriptions,Tour Registration Forms with payment details and important information including cancellation policies.W o r l d A s s o c i a t i o n o f F l o w e r A r r a n g e r s u s a , I n c • w w w . w a f a u s a . c o m 3 1


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